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Jul
1
comment How to omit the “.” directory when creating a tar from directory?
@slotishtype: Again, I would like to archive a directory (see my original example).
Jul
1
comment How to omit the “.” directory when creating a tar from directory?
@slotishtype: You are getting closer to my original example :) The question is how to archive a whole directory rather than separate files (and not having the . directory in the resulted tar) ?
Jul
1
comment How to omit the “.” directory when creating a tar from directory?
The problem with your suggestion is that the created tar contains all the directories, i.e. home->misha->path->to->directory->to->backup, rather than just the files themselves. How could I enforce not to create this directory structure ?
Jul
1
comment How to omit the “.” directory when creating a tar from directory?
I'm not interested in making the tar in the current directory. I would like it to be in /home/misha/path/to/tar (and I prefer not to cd to this directory, if possible).
Jul
1
asked How to omit the “.” directory when creating a tar from directory?
Apr
26
asked What is the most user friendly program to record video from webcam in Windows 7?
Nov
6
awarded  Teacher
Oct
10
accepted How to execute a scheduled task with “schtasks” without opening a new command line window?
Oct
8
answered How to execute a scheduled task with “schtasks” without opening a new command line window?
Oct
4
accepted Why “schtasks” does not run my job?
Oct
4
awarded  Commentator
Oct
4
comment How to execute a scheduled task with “schtasks” without opening a new command line window?
I tried to set /u "NT Authority\System" /p "", and got the following error: ERROR: Multiple connections to a server or shared resource by the same user, using more than one user name, are not allowed. Disconnect all previous connections to the server or shared resource and try again... What am I doing wrong ?
Oct
3
comment How to execute a scheduled task with “schtasks” without opening a new command line window?
Could you add more details regarding the first option ? I don't really understand what Authority\System is. Thanks a lot !
Oct
3
asked How to execute a scheduled task with “schtasks” without opening a new command line window?
Oct
2
answered Why “schtasks” does not run my job?
Oct
2
revised Why “schtasks” does not run my job?
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Oct
2
asked Why “schtasks” does not run my job?
Oct
2
accepted Why is the “at” command on Windows XP not behaving as expected?
Oct
2
comment Why is the “at” command on Windows XP not behaving as expected?
Thanks a lot !!
Oct
2
asked Why is the “at” command on Windows XP not behaving as expected?